Expect a bustling atmosphere and increased traffic around California State University, Stanislaus tomorrow as fall classes begin. The campus sprang to life Sunday as hundreds of Freshmen moved into campus housing.
President Joseph Sheley begins his first academic year as permanent head of the university after a year as interim president. Financially the university has stabilized, increasing its budget $3 million and enrollment 2.4 percent.
News of note for students and faculty: Parking Lot 2 remains under construction and will remain closed until the anticipated completion on Sept. 5. In order to alleviate the inconvenience to students and faculty the university has restriped the temporary Lot 11A — near the southeast corner of campus, across from Lot 8 for more parking spaces.